So, you’ve been a trainer for a while and want to take it to the next level? If that is you then read on.
Looking at the numbers of people who actually stick around your gym can be scary, but your business will thank you.
Answering these questions will prepare you to continue in your training, consistently and patiently.
Coaching is a journey, full of contradictions and conundrums. Along the way, coaches tend to drop in and out of different coaching styles.
People with Down Syndrome have excessively lax joints and poor muscle tone and coordination. The emphasis needs to be stability and strength.
I’ve had many individuals approach me with questions about being a trainer and whether to become one. Here’s the advice I've told them.
I firmly believe that approaching contracts with honesty and humanity will build a much better business for you and your team - and your clients.
As a coach I have been fortunate to work with many disabled people. It’s because of those experiences I am able to face my own aging body and physical limitations with gratitude and with humility.
Today I'll discuss a few good reasons to pre-qualify clients and also give you some concrete steps to go about it.
Looking to opening up your own gym business? Help is at hand, not just from me but from those who have done it before. Here are a few things I would look at if I was in your shoes.
Make sure both you and any potential business partner or investor are comfortable with the answers to all of these questions before joining forces.
Your team is your family and what power your business. These are important things you need to examine before bringing a new member into your business team.
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